Save image to server from java applet

Posted on 2003-03-24
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I need a way to save an Image object from a java applet to the server. I dont think this can be done with just java alone, im assuming it will require some server side scripting of some sort. I just need to save an image file onto server in jpeg format if possible. can some one please help me. If server side language used would preferable to be asp or php. Have ftp server aswell so if doable with sockets even let me know.  Applet is written in Java 2 1.4.1 if that makes any difference. Thanks.
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